“Apple products are designed with accessibility built in. But it’s more than that; these products tap into the abilities of kids with special needs (especially kids with autism). Once we have the tools to access individuals’ abilities, we have the ability to access everything: their education, their goals, their dreams” Coppin said.
Colton and Brady entertain fellow students with the violin during music class.
Jamestown, N.D. – Anne Carlsen Center announces the addition of a Medical Services Nurse Practitioner to its team. Jessica Nygaard of Jamestown, certified nurse practitioner, will join the Center’s Jamestown campus on July 1. Nygaard earned her Bachelor of...
With the help from some assistive technology, the students at the Anne Carlsen Center performed a wonderful Christmas program, to the delight of a auditorium packed with family and friends. Enjoy!
For their innovation, leadership and educational excellence, the Anne Carlsen Center has been recognized by Apple as a Distinguished School for the 2013-2015 academic years...an honor awarded to less than 200 schools throughout the world.
From the Jamestown Sun By harnessing the power of a simple tablet computer, people who can’t speak can make their voices heard, people who can’t see can read books, and people who can’t play a conventional instrument can make music. And...